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Lifestyle / January 7, 2020

Let’s take one last look back at 2019

“Old Town Road” may be stuck in your head (well, it is now) and we don’t blame you if you’re still celebrating the U.S. Women’s National Team winning the FIFA World Cup. But there was plenty of exciting things that happened back home in 2019.

By Molly Fleming
Lifestyle / January 7, 2020

Things to Do & See: January 7 - January 13, 2020

Things might be slowing down after the holiday season, but there’s still OKC Thunder games to watch at the Chesapeake Arena and a comedy show to see at the Tower Theatre. For those of you that are fans of John Wayne, be sure to get a ticket for A Date With the Duke, hosted by our friends at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. See what else you can do in OKC this week.

By Chamber Staff
Lifestyle / December 31, 2019

Extreme Makeover: OKC streets

Two years ago, the voters of Oklahoma City approved a historic investment into the infrastructure of the metro. The Better Streets, Safer City bond was a $967-million package that included improvements to transit, libraries, parks, bridges and more police officers and fire fighters.

By Marcus Elwell
Lifestyle / December 31, 2019

New year, new job?

With the dawning of a new year, it is time to do a little self-reflection and set some goals for 2020 in the form of resolutions. If your goal for 2020 is a new job or you know someone who should be looking, be sure to bookmark www.ABetterLifeOKC.com.

By Marcus Elwell
Lifestyle / December 31, 2019

Things to Do & See: December 31, 2019 - January 6, 2020

You can put 2019 behind you with a celebration in downtown or visit our friends at Tower Theatre at the Uptown Get Down. There are still holiday-related festivities happening if you didn’t make it to them yet, such as Illuminations at Myriad Gardens and snow tubing at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. See what else you can do this week while staying warm.

By Chamber Staff
VeloCity Q&A / June 19, 2019
Tommy Yi
President & Cofounder,
StarSpace46
I thought there was a huge opportunity here, especially with MAPS 3 starting to take shape. I saw Oklahoma City as a sandbox of opportunity. That compelled me to really make a choice to stay here and build something like this.
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